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STATE KOHMmOMA.L

MINNESOTA PLAYERS WHO WILL FACE MICHIGAN

With an injury keeping Brock-!
meyer, Gopher star ball-toter, on
the sidelines, Coach Spears was
faced with the proposition of find-r
ing a capable nTan to fill Vhe gap.
Tro do this it appcars that he has
chosen Kirk and advance indica-
tions are that his name will appear
in the starting. line-up this after- .
noon in a .halfback post.
Pulkrabck is slated to hold down
one of the guard positions, and tak F::>..:. 4;, >:
iug his play so far this year as.........a~
3 .,tv6::vi 7C\"s"'a~~td '{d'M. ci terion the Wolverine gains"

Hockey Schedule Gets
Under Way at Detroit I
The schedule in the Nationl -
Hockey league is now under wa! OVE H iUa133 SQUAD
an~d two teams won their first
ganmes under the new rules. These Wierman-Coached- Outfit Turns
are the Boston Bruins, world's in 174 0 VitrOvrWa
champions, who defeated the De- itiyOerWa
troit Cougars in a fast contest. 5I Freshman Team.
to 2, and the New York Rangers,;--
who won from the Montreal Ma-- A strong Phys.ical Ed team,
roons, 2 to 1. Two ties have been cahdb t lWcapse
played, Toronto and Chicago play- .cadphed its ay ieman,7passen
ing to a 2-2 tie, and Ottawa tiding. n lnediswytoa1-;i
3-3 with thc Montreal Canadie.ns.I over the freshman tecami yesterday
Bourgeault and Foster, defense; in an exhibition 4ame played on,
meig were the big noises in the Ferry Field. Uncovering an of-
Ranger-Maroon game, while Weil- fenise that wvas too much for the
and and Noble played well in thex yearling outfit, and displaying a de -
Bruin-Cougar set-to. feinse that stopped the thrusts of

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wide open. --.-...--.-...-*-- through his territory wil be few.I BGTE SAN NS
focd we h aroswr. Puikrabek
forced to resort to one pass afte WL1
aohrithfiaqureagis Tr RTWisconsin and the Badgers were C I{F Northwestern . . ..3 1 0 .750
dropping everyone back on defense, t j 4 . .... EA ON WO VERNE VAR IT Minnesota....:,.. 211 1 0 .667
the Chicago tosses were clicking.....x ..' F .. i Iowa. .. .. .. . . . . .2 1 .67I
The Illinli have been vulnerable tu"" --- hoSae,... to67ffpse l eao oteMrosI : trNt .; ,te< 4~~i paess ooe aepoe o Ilni .....111 .0
pasesal sasoss teiarering. .~ . lgan I ,f. C- hiao Sa.. .. .. ...12101.667
may stage another of those upsets seiresI(4 nthC eti oisadn ncneso Cia.....120 .3
for which this series is noticeable. __ __ _____. I:iss., f Wisconsin ........1 3 0 .250
On o te os rousngsohtheir eleens before they were grad-' Michigan........ 0 3 0 .000
I__Oneof__themost__promising____ Tf uated. Indiana.. . . . 0 2 1 .000 I
- + olilores- on the Michigan Footbll j
fl T n r erous backfield moan beforeaninsor "The Down Town Store for M cia Men" -
neapolis. ~~IB B FIjuryis enThrvardogaexct yeas ..Style observers express the oinontht ihia
Ohio State vs. Kenyon at Column-I University of Pttburg Slated promise Hudson a brilliant careerc tegoigpplriyoipt ntems
bus.ron the Wolverine gerrowigirpuoniy o-spts n te na_
bu s. Purdue atLfayttet.MetCrngi TcIa is irs yar cuitieaj~wrdrobe will reach unprecedented pro.
Chicago vs. Illinois at Chain- IPitt Stadium. aHMic itgyar=-ortins his ail
paign.. was anotherlI
Indiana vs. Northwestern atl Thirsting for revenge for thei banner year for
Easo.27-14 defeat at the hands of South-Hdo na MEN'S
OTE AE.Iern California last year an unbeat much as he wasg
O~hE GAES.en Notre Dame eleven will take the;
University of Detroit vs. Mich-I field against the powerful Tojan E w re .ING JJJSH S1'A 1S
gan State at East Lansing. mciei h ode' il t freshman nui
Notre Dame vs. Southern Califor- Idium in Chicagobefore thlargestralkin'theImfalledb
ili goCicao.crwaigetand also wonImotdb
Diartot s onl at Chiag.-cow gathered to witness a foot-teCiaoA'-
Datotjs onl tHn ball game this fall. An attendance IteCiaoA Browning King Co $3 and $350 pair
over. of 120,000 people will watch the umni trophy in
Georgetown vs. West Virginia at most important intersectional clashI the spring train- Since spats promise to be more important
Washington.; of the year. sssin.Hi
HavrIs oyrs tCm icoyfrteIihwudams football activi-- than ever this fall-which they deserve because
bridge.I HUDSON ties prevented they are both practical and smart-we have pro-
Ne.ok . s Msoria Ie clinch their chances for claim tohitaigaacveprin hevedhe in bu ac-o cuslkem t
NwYrUv.MsoratNw'the national title as neither North- Ifrshmkian aiebal pqad.sartpasteycmenomacetahemeri
York. feha aealsud ie hmi bnac-o ore iems
~western nor the Army whom the smr ptste oejrmaclatd'mkeri
Penn State vs. Bucknell at State Rockne men have yet to play can1 Hudson is unusually heavy for the y
College. boast of the class of competition, average sophomore back, weighing = England. They are available. in greys and tans,=
Pittsburgh vs. Carnegie Tech at which Southern California brings 1195 pounds. This weight has given'
Pittsburgh. Ito the Mid-west. Though the Tro- him a preference for the fullback 1
Army vs. Dickenson at West fans haye been upset by California position although he has played as==,
Point. the stiffer competition which they a half back in the Varsity lineup a =
Navy vs. Lake Forest at Ann- have had should aid their chlances large share of the time. _
aYale vs. Princeton at New Haven. tIn wnTewnigo the East the Dartmouth-Coin-j trophy igdone of the ra est honors = .GITE.MR
Georgia Tec4. vs. Alabama at At-j nell encounter and the traditionalI bestowed upon a Michigan athlete_ 319 South Main Street
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game, the outcome was never in
doubt after the first minute or so
of play.
Two real scoring threats roamed
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